Resilient Infrastructures, Entangled Knowledge, Transversal Methods
🌿 The sixth CreaTures and Friends seminar will take place on
March 30th, 2021, 12:00-13:00 CET 🌿
In this seminar, Prof. Pelin Tan and Prof. Katya Sander from the Kabelvag Film and Art School, Lofoten Islands, Norway, will present Resilient Infrastructures is a research project on the Anthropocene effect on the Lofoten Islands and the North Sea, focusing on food and ingredients infrastructures. The Resilient Infrastructures research-unit aims to investigate concrete interests such as food and its infrastructures but also to pursue and experiment with ways of knowing; ways of thinking within science, as well as outside of it. Through site-visits and continuous dialogues with food-practitioners, traditional, historical, industrial, as well as new and alternative instances of infrastructures for food, Resilient Infrastructures traces paths and relations through their entanglements.
* The seminar will be recorded for archiving and research purposes; by joining the session you consent to the recording.